Superlative protection in MotoGP mode

Arai brings its helmet to the European market RX-7V EVO Racing FIM #2the first to achieve approval according to the FRHPhe-02 standard which, in fact, will not be mandatory until 2026.

The security enjoyed by the riders on the MotoGP grid is now available to any user. Arai has worked tirelessly, since its origins, to create the perfect helmet.

To do this, they have developed the characteristic shape of their models, rounded and smooth, based on technology glancing offwhich results in the dissipation of the force of possible impacts.

This form is one of the main protagonists of the new Arai RX-7V EVO Racing FIM #2which is positioned as the culmination of Arai's seven decades of experience with its firm commitment to R&D and the world of competition, being present in the most demanding and extreme competitions in the world.

The new norm FRHPhe-02, designed specifically for the competitions that take place under the umbrella of the International Motorcycle Federation, is marked by much more complete and exhaustive tests. Among them, Random impact tests, impact tests against oblique and hemispherical anvils stand out.

New Arai RX-7V EVO Racing FIM #2: Superlative protection in MotoGP mode

The latter to measure rotational forces generated in impacts, a rapid cheek pad removal test and the introduction of a skull fracture criterion (SFC). With it, it seeks to guarantee the total protection of motorists.

Arai RX-7V EVO Racing FIM #2 in detail

The new racing model from the Japanese manufacturer presents PB-SNC² shell (composed of a structural network with a superfiber peripheral strap), with the now classic smooth and rounded shape of the brand's helmets.

With this, which is added to the resistance of the material used, it is possible to dissipate the maximum possible energy in the event of an impact, so that the helmet must absorb a much smaller amount, guaranteeing greater safety for the user.

New Arai RX-7V EVO Racing FIM #2: Superlative protection in MotoGP mode

Also has Variable Axis System (VAS)which lowers the mounting position of the visor and thus allows approximately 24 mm more to be used in the temple area, further rounding the shape of the shell.

On the other hand, the Arai RX-7V EVO Racing FIM #2 It features an improved ventilation system, based on that of the series model. Thus, it incorporates front air intakes, both in the upper part and in the chin guard, and a rear extractor.

The central duct provides, in this case, 11% more air flow, to which are added the 19% wider inlets, the diffuser with 20 mm more length, and the non-adjustable Air-Wing, to unbeatable aerodynamics, which makes it perfect for very high performance competitions, such as MotoGP.

New Arai RX-7V EVO Racing FIM #2: Superlative protection in MotoGP mode

User comfort is more than guaranteed, in addition to this ventilation system, by the inclusion of antimicrobial, removable and washable interiors and by the commitment to the Facial Contour System, which seeks to offer a tighter fit and, therefore, improve comfort during use.

The helmet Arai RX-7V EVO Racing FIM #2 will be available soon, in bright white color and in sizes ranging from XS to 3XLfor a price of 1,049.95 euros. For more information you can consult directly on the official Bihr website.

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